Monthly Archives: September 2019

Linguistic and Biological Diversity: Patterns of Co-occurrence and Opportunities for Coordinated Conservation

Published on September 19, 2019 under volume2-issue3-article
Linguistic and Biological Diversity: Patterns of Co-occurrence and Opportunities for Coordinated Conservation
Researchers from a range of disciplines frequently remind us of the enormous challenges that Earth will face in the coming decades. Climate change, unprecedented levels of human population, enormous amounts of resource extraction to meet the needs of that population, widespread pollution, and other characteristics of the 21st century will…
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WILD UNCULTIVATED EDIBLE PLANTS OF INDIA

Published on September 15, 2019 under volume2-issue3-wildplants
WILD UNCULTIVATED EDIBLE PLANTS OF INDIA
Part 3 (......after part 2)  Debregeasia longifolia (Burm.f.) Wedd. Family: Urticaceae A shrubby plant commonly known as ‘wild rhea’ and is one of the widely distributed members of the nettle family Urticaceae famous for stinging hairs on their leaves. However, this apparently thorny member has wide acceptance among tribal people…
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Glimpses Of Nature And Culture

Published on September 15, 2019 under volume2-issue3-glimpses
Glimpses Of Nature And Culture
Climate worries turtle too….  “Climate change”…….we are really feeling it now. Be it tropical rainforest, temperate boreal forest or arctic tundra, the sun is getting mightier year after year. Not only we humans, there are reports how plants reciprocate by changing their flowering and fruiting time or their habitats, birds…
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